As property rights disintegrate in an acid bath of moonbattery, law and order break down, and the jungle reasserts itself. As if anyone needed another reason to avoid America’s most liberal city:
Heidi Peterson always dreamed of living in a historical home. In May of 2010, she bought one in Detroit’s Boston-Edison District for $23,000.
In Detroit these days, that’s several times the average price of a home.
After being away for a year, she said she returned to her house last week and found a woman living there. Peterson learned from neighbors she had been living there for a few months.
Peterson claims the squatter changed the locks, reworked the plumbing, replaced her appliances, put a lien on the house and even changed the curtains, and now this squatter won’t leave. So now they are forced to sleep one room away from each other, Peterson with her one-year-old daughter.
The squatter, a woman calling herself Missionary-Tracey Elaine Blair, is a write-in candidate for president and avid believer in “affordable housing.” We’ll see whether she’s able to eat into Obama’s voter base.
Peterson was asked whether she feels safe, forced to share her house with a lunatic until she can squeeze some sort of ruling out of civil court:
“We’re afraid of her mindset of entitlement.”
At this point in our willful decline, that mindset is literally the most frightening thing in America.
On tips from Wiggins and AC.